# Manitude and direction of resultant forces

1st, all angls are measured anti clock wise from the x-axis
F1= 60, F2 = 45, F3 = 25, F4 = 15 ALL IN NEWTON.

 sarnian Posts: 462, Reputation: 80 - #2 Mar 23, 2009, 08:20 AM

So how far have you come with this question?
Have you drawn each of these situations? What was your conclusion?
And how do you apply the number of Newtons in this all?

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